To me, the best thing to come out of Google IO (for Android devs) is definitely Jetpack A bunch of well thought out components and patterns to help Android dev can’t be a bad thing, AMIRITE? Anywho, I find the best way to learn something new is to try it by creating a working app. […]Read More Using Android Jetpack Navigation with Navigation Drawers
Way back in the deep dark days of my teenage years, there was this little operating system called MS-DOS 5.0. You may recall it. It’s the one that allowed expanded memory. Man. I could hack a config.sys with the best of them. Anywho. Along with sweet, sweet expanded (and extended) memory there were CPU rendered […]Read More Unity 2017.x
Reading this: http://gavinbowman.tumblr.com/post/153913496028/8-years , got me thinking, and it’s been (almost) 8 years since I introduced my first iPhone app too. That app was Hundred Pushups, that I did in conjunction with the excellent Steve Speirs. I had zero expectations of the app really. I am a bit of a historian of the computer industry, […]Read More 8 Years for me too, and a bit of introspection
It’s great. You should try it. Especially for xPlat apps.Read More My 10 word review of Xamarin Forms
If you’re having issues getting Cocoapods to install in El Cap try this answer here: How to get Pods to work in 10.11Read More CocoaPods won’t install under OSX 10.11 (El Capitan) ?
Pretty mint, but don’t bother if you have a 6Read More My 10 word iPhone 6s review
I recently updated OSX to El Capitain (10.11). Over all I think it’s a great update. Nothing stellar, but stabilises a lot of stuff from Mav. It did stuff up my merge tool of choice in git though. I prefer diffmerge to the standard on OSX which is filemerge. The fix took me a while […]Read More Up git Street without a paddle